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Чтение для начинающих английский: простые тексты и аудио для начального чтения на английском языке

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Сегодняшний онлайн урок английского языка мы будем проводить по аудиокурсу More True Stories: эти уроки английского языка для начинающих с нуля позволят Вам научиться читать по-английски, выучить новые английские слова, потренироваться в составлении английских вопросов и отрицаний. Преподаю английский для начинающих комплексно - этот лучший способ изучения английского языка для начинающих. Аудио тексты дают возможность моим онлайн ученикам изучить английский за несколько месяцев с полного нуля до элементарного разговорного уровня.

Я провожу онлайн уроки английского языка для начинающих каждый день, весь курс для начинающих состоит из 50 уроков по 4,5 академический часов каждый, т.е. 225 академических часов в течение трех месяцев. этот курс английского языка онлайн для начинающих состоит из 22 уроков для начального уровня знания английского языка. В каждом уроке есть MP3 аудио урок для начинающих с нуля на английском языке, начитанный носителями языка, и текстовый файл с текстом всего, что произносится в аудиозаписи, и заданиями.

Для того чтобы быстро изучить английский язык с полного нуля мало знания одной грамматики. Начинающим изучать английский язык нужно регулярно расширять свой словарный запас и использовать новые слова на практике. Поэтому чтение простых английских текстов для начинающих является одним из важнейших средств эффективного изучения английского языка. Так же при чтении мы запоминаем новые английские слова и выражения, которые необходимы нам для свободного общения на английском языке. Эффективным способом пополнения словарного запаса и запоминания правильного произношения английских слов, является прослушивание английской речи в аудио записях, - тем самым Вы добиваетесь правильной постановки английского.

The Twins of Siam

A young mother was lying on a bed. She had just given birth to twin boys. She was tired but happy. A woman was helping her. Suddenly the woman screamed. "What's the matter?" the mother cried. She lifted her head and looked at her babies. The babies were joined at their chests. She could not separate them.

That happened in Siam – now called Thailand – in 1811. The mother named her babies Chang and Eng. Chang and Eng grew up and became the famous Siamese twins.

People came from all over Siam to stare at the twins. One day, when the twins were 18, an American saw them. He thought, "I can make money with the twins." He asked Chang and Eng, "Will you come with me to the United States?" Chang and Eng wanted to go to the United States, so they went with the man. They never saw Siam or their family again.

Chang and Eng travelled with the American for ten years. Later they travelled alone. People paid to see them and ask them questions about their lives. Finally, the twins got tired of travelling. They got tired of answering questions. They decided to live quietly in North Carolina.

Soon after they moved to North Carolina, the twins met two sisters. The sisters' names were Adelaide and Sarah. The twins fell in love with the sisters. Chang married Adelaide, and Eng married Sarah. The marriages were very unusual. Adelaide and Sarah lived in separate houses. The twins lived in one house for four days. Then they went to the other house for four days. The marriages were unusual, but they were long and happy. Chang and Adelaide had ten children, and Eng and Sarah had eleven children.

The twins were happy with Adelaide and Sarah, but they were not always happy with each other. Sometimes they argued, and they didn't talk to each other. They asked doctor after doctor, "Please separate us." Every doctor said, "I can't separate you. The operation is too dangerous." So, the twins stayed joined together.

One night, when the twins were 63, Eng suddenly woke up. He looked at Chang, who was lying beside him. Chang was not breathing. Eng screamed for help, and one of his sons came. "Uncle Chang is dead," the young man said. "Then I am going to die, too," Eng said, and he began to cry. Two hours later Eng was dead. For 63 years the twins of Siam lived together as one. In the end, they also died as one.

Задание No 1 – Vocabulary

Прочитайте следующие предложения и догадайтесь о смысле подчеркнутых слов:

1. A woman was helping the young mother. Suddenly the woman screamed. "What was the matter?" the mother cried.

a. yelled in a loud voice.
b. smiled happily.

2. The babies were joined at their chests. She could not separate them.

a. take them apart.
b. wake them up.

3. People came from all over Siam to stare at the twins.

a. take pictures of.
b. look at.

4. The twins were not always happy with each other. Sometimes they argued.

a. spoke quietly.
b. spoke in angry voice.

Задание No 2 – Understanding the Main Idea

Обведите кружком наиболее правильный ответ:

1. The story is about

a. dangerous operations.
b. unusual marriages.
c. Siamese twin brothers.

2. The twins talked to many doctors because

a. the twins were often sick.
b. they wanted the doctors to separate them.
c. the doctors wanted to study the twins.

Задание No 3 – Remembering Details

Одно слово в каждом из предложений неверно. Найдите неправильное слово и зачеркните его. Составьте предложение с правильным словом:

1. The story happened in Siam - now called China - in 1811. 2. Chang and Eng grew up and became the famous Siamese doctors. 3. People came from all over Siam to laugh at the twins. 4. An Australian asked Chang and Eng to come with him to the United States. 5. Chang and Eng travelled with the American for ten days. 6. After they moved to North Carolina, the twins met two cousins. 7. The marriages were unusual, but they were long and unhappy. 8. Every doctor said, "I can separate you because the operation is too dangerous."

Задание No 4 – Understanding Reasons

К каждому предложению в первом блоке подберите наиболее подходящее окончание во втором блоке:

  • 1. The young mother lifted her head
  • 2. Chang and Eng went to the United States
  • 3. People paid
  • 4. The twins went to doctor after doctor

  • a. to ask the twins questions.
  • b. to ask about the operation.
  • c. to travel with the American.
  • d. to look at her babies.

Задание No 5 – Discussion

Подготовьтесь к следующей игре:

he twins of Siam were famous. People paid to see them and ask them questions about their lives. Play the game “Twenty Questions” with your classmates. Think of a famous person, living or dead. Tell your teacher who you are thinking of, but don’t tell your classmates. Then sit in front of the class. Your classmates will ask you questions, and you will answer only “yes” or “no”. Can your classmates guess who you are in fewer than 20 questions? Here are some sample questions: 1. Are you a woman? 2. Are you a political leader? 3. Are you alive? 4. Are you French? 6. Are you an actor? 7. Are you an athlete? 8 Are you rich? 9. Are you a singer? 10. Did you live a long time ago? 11. Are you handsome? 12. Are you pretty?

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Подготовка к международному экзамену IELTS Academic Module - Reading Section. Учимся отвечать на вопросы по чтению при сдаче экзамена IELTS +RANDOM

К данном уроку не существует аудиозаписи, все объяснения Учитель дает прямо на онлайн уроке!

Все занятия в рамках подготовительного курса к сдаче международного экзамена по английскому языку IELTS проводятся по реальным экзаменационным билетам, которые ранее уже использовались при сдаче экзаменов.

Destinations for International English Students

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At any given time, more than a million international students around the world are engaged in the study of the English language in a predominantly English-speaking country. The five most popular destinations, in order of popularity, are the U. S., Britain, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. The reasons for choosing to study English abroad differ with each individual, as do the reasons for the choice of destination.

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Numerous studies conducted in Britain and the United States show that the country of choice depends to a large extent on economic factors. While this should not provoke much surprise, careful analysis of the data suggests that students and their parents are most influenced by the preconceptions they have of the countries considered for study abroad, which, in turn, influence the amount they or their parents are prepared to outlay for the experience. The strength of international business connections between countries also gives a good indication of where students will seek tuition. In the main, students tend to follow the traditional pattern of study for their national group.

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The United States attracts the most diverse array of nationalities to its English language classrooms - this heterogeneity being largely due to its immense pulling power as the world's foremost economy and the resulting extensive focus on U.S. culture. Furthermore, throughout the non-European world, in Asia and North and South America specially, the course books used to teach English in most elementary and high schools introduce students to American English and the American accent from a very early age. Canada also benefits from worldwide North American exposure, but has the most homogenous group of students - most with French as their first language. Before furthering their English skills, students in Europe study from predominantly British English material; most Europeans, naturally, opt for neighbouring Britain, but many Asian, Middle-Eastern, and African students decide upon the same route too.

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Australia and New Zealand are often overlooked, but hundreds of thousands of international students have discovered the delights of studying in the Southern Hemisphere. The majority are Asian for reasons that are not difficult to comprehend: the proximity of the two countries to Asia, (Jakarta, the capital of Australia's closest Asian neighbour, Indonesia, is only 5506 kilometres from Sydney), the comparatively inexpensive cost of living and tuition, and, perhaps of most importance to many Asian students whose English study is a prelude to tertiary study, the growing awareness that courses at antipodean universities and colleges are of an exceptionally high standard. In addition, revised entry procedures for overseas students have made it possible for an increasing number to attend classes to improve their English for alternative reasons.

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Australia and New Zealand have roughly the same mix of students in their language classrooms, but not all students of English who choose these countries are from Asia. The emerging global consciousness of the late twentieth century has meant that students from as far as Sweden and Brazil are choosing to combine a taste for exotic travel with the study of English 'down under' and in 'the land of the long white cloud'. But even the Asian economic downturn in the 1990s has not significantly altered the demographic composition of the majority of English language classrooms within the region.

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Nor have the economic problems in Asia caused appreciable drops in full-time college and university attendances by Asian students in these two countries. This is partly because there has always been a greater demand for enrolment at Australian and New Zealand tertiary institutions than places available to overseas students. In addition, the economic squeeze seems to have had a compensatory effect. It has clearly caused a reduction in the number of students from affected countries who are financially able to study overseas. However, there has been a slight but noticeable shift towards Australia and New Zealand by less wealthy Asian students who might otherwise have chosen the United States for English study.

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The U.S. and Britain will always be the first choice of most students wishing to study the English language abroad, and it is too early to tell whether this trend will continue. However, economic considerations undoubtedly wield great influence upon Asian and non-Asian students alike. If student expectations can be met in less traditional study destinations, and as the world continues to shrink, future international students of English will be advantaged because the choice of viable study destinations will be wider.

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